Americans are crazy

by Joseph Farah -- I'm going to tell you a little story of a little school board meeting in a little town. This story is not unusual – at least insofar as more…

What is Dubya hiding?

by Jon Dougherty -- Editor's Note: Jon's column now appears every Friday.What is it about the Clinton-era campaign finance scandals that leaders from both major parties don't want revealed? That's the most more…

Obstructing justice

by Thomas Jipping -- Senate Democrats resumed their judicial nomination-obstruction campaign on their first day back from the August recess. Senator Charles Schumer, D-N.Y., chaired another in his series of hearings designed more…

The grand deception

by J.R. Nyquist -- Those who fear Russia are easily mocked. "The Russians Are Coming, the Russians Are Coming," is on video. Watch it and laugh. Concern about communist subversion is also more…

Kickin' it

by Larry Elder -- Editor's note: The following column refers to language that may be offensive."Society pushes you back into the same pile of s--- you came out of." Chino, a "hardened more…

Conservative movement dying?

by Chuck Baldwin -- If property rights advocates thought they would find a friend in the new Bush administration, they certainly thought wrong. After eight years of socialistic policies from the Clinton more…

Let them merge!

by Llewellyn Rockwell Jr. -- Hewlett Packard and Compaq computers have announced a merger that will create the second biggest company in the industry next to IBM. Had the merger created the largest more…

Imagine a world without government

by Doug Casey -- Many people who are sympathetic to the notion of minimizing institutionalized coercion are still skeptical about how, or even if, the world would work without government. Who, they more…

Family matters!

by Bill O'Reilly -- Editor's note: Purchase a copy of Bill O'Reilly's new book, "No Spin Zone," autographed and personalized, and receive a free "No Spin Zone" bumper sticker and a free more…

Privacy on trial

by Craige McMillan -- Federal judges, it seems, have only recently discovered the severe loss of privacy in the American workplace. Writing in the Wall Street Journal, Alex Kozinski, a judge on more…